Indie Hip-Hop Songs Music Chart - April 07, 2013

April 8, 2013 Chart Recap*Tyler, The Creator‘s......Read More

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Tyler, The Creator
Those who tune in to Odd Future’s Adult-Swim show, Loiter Squad, probably won't bat an eye at Tyler, The Creator’s new video single, IFHY. For the rest of our readers, be warned, as this video is...Read More
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Rittz
Along with his triple-time flows and curly locks, one of Rittz' most defining features has been his commitment to keeping it one-hundred—whether that means sharing intimate details of his struggles...Read More
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Wrekonize
For artists who break through as part of a collective, branching out into solo material offers an opportunity to delve into subject matter of a more personal nature. The desire to get real about his...Read More
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G-Scott
When you think of notable hip-hop producers, Flying Lotus might not be the first name that comes to mind. Sure, the grandnephew of John Coltrane is a exceptional beatsmith, but his experimental...Read More
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Joey BadA$$
More than any other individual artist, Brooklyn wunderkind Joey BadA$$ is emblematic of the recent revitalization of the Big Apple hip-hop scene. It's only right, then, that the Unorthodox emcee be...Read More
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Visto
From Kelly Rowland on Kisses Down Low or Lil Wayne on every single song off I Am Not a Human Being II, everyone in urban music seems to have cunnilingus on the brain these days. The latest entry in...Read More
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Al-Fatir
According to T.I. and Jamie Foxx, homies who have passed away too soon all Live in the Sky. What Tip doesn't account for, however, is Booth newcomer Al-Fatir, a Man From the Sky. In line with the...Read More
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OnCue
Three months after enjoying Booth-acclaimed single Cereal, OnCue devotees are doubtless getting hungry for more fresh material from the Connecticut representative. Not wanting to leave his fans...Read More
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Quake Matthews
No, Quake Matthews hasn't traded in thought-provoking bars and moody underground boardwork for basic FruityLoops beats and lyrics about Superman-ing hoes. The title of the Halifax, Nova Scotia...Read More
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Rich Kidd
Ladies and gentlemen, Can I Get A [Bom Bom]? Fresh off debuting the official visuals for previous single SYKE, T-Dot rapper/producer Rich Kidd requests a little audience participation on the latest...Read More
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KAZE
During the 19th Century, when America was split between free and slaveholding states, abolitionists used a secret network of safe houses called The Underground Railroad to funnel runaway slaves to...Read More
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Joey BadA$$
Showcasing an agile, brainy lyrical style over beats that sound like they hopped a time machine from the 1990s, Joey BadA$$ is unique among hip-hop's current freshman class. That Unorthodox style, of...Read More
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The Procussions
Because of the shape of their claws, cats have no trouble climbing trees, but are incapable of getting down without a leap of faith—or the help of a friendly neighborhood fireman. The latest leak...Read More
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Jared Evan
The mark of a great relationship is that it gives rise to something—whether tangible or not—that neither party could have created on their own. Take the partnership between Booth-acclaimed...Read More
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Locksmith
Like many, if not most of us, Locksmith has neither the petty cash nor the insurance coverage to work through his issues with a professional shrink. Unlike most of us, he's got the skills to turn that...Read More
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Slum Village
Back in 1993, three young residents of Detroit's Conant Gardens neighborhood came together to form Slum Village, a trio which would go on to shape the Motown underground scene. Two decades later,...Read More
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Kevin Sinatra
Getting a Booth feature isn’t blind luck. It takes talent, a professional attitude and, of course, Perseverance. Lucky for us, Kevin Sinatra displays all that and more on his first featured cut in...Read More
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N.A.S.A.
Normally, when crafting a feature write-up, I try to be as impartial as possible, but I cannot Hide my appreciation for N.A.S.A. The duo, comprised of DJ/producer Sam Spiegel (Squeak E. Clean) and...Read More
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Trippz Michaud
Well, well, well, Look What the Cat Dragged In: another fresh video single from Trippz Michaud. On the latest song release off his forthcoming, Booth-hosted EP, the South Windsor buzzmaker reveals...Read More
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Allan Rayman
Seriously, they must be putting something in the water in Canada, because our neighbors to the North seem to spit out unique, talented artists like a factory—from the ever-popular The Weeknd to rap...Read More
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M.i
Last we heard from M.i, on the inaugural leak off his forthcoming mixtape, he was looking forward to his Imminent takeover of the game, with all the money, power and fame that entails. Much as the...Read More
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Siimba Liives Long
Located right on the collar of Canis Major, Sirius throws off more light than any other star in the night sky. Thus, the title of NatNaiel's latest promo single, Sirius Sh*t, doesn't simply mean that...Read More
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Rome Cee
While many American crops won't be fully-grown until late summer or even autumn, dope music can mature much more quickly under the right conditions. For example, Rome Cee and Greenspan's hometown of...Read More
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